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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Plant Health Care Plc LSE:PHC London Ordinary Share GB00B01JC540 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.10 -7.43% 13.70 13.50 13.90 14.40 13.60 14.40 708,756 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 4.8 -2.4 -0.7 - 41

Plant Health Care Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/7/2021
15:27
Wait till the impatient arrive
oapknob1
28/7/2021
14:40
Looking a bit more perky for the patient.
geraldus
27/7/2021
08:03
Origin - If I have got the correct distributor - Irish - share price gone nowhere over the last 9 years https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/origin-enterprises-OGN/share-price?java=1
pugugly
27/7/2021
07:55
Plant Health Care(R) (AIM: PHC.L), a leading provider of novel patent-protected biological products to global agriculture markets, is pleased to announce a new distribution agreement with a leading distributor in the UK for exclusive access to the biostimulant Harpin in all crops in the UK.
oapknob1
26/7/2021
20:54
Company update worth a listen today.Bit more clarity.
geraldus
26/7/2021
16:06
Not sure - very very slow burners - Need to get real traction - OK a must have for many farmers but like watching ice cream melt in the artic - OK ice melting faster than it used to - but not there yet. Mr Market not too happy at the moment. Financial highlights: -- Revenue increased 13% (9% in constant currency) year-on-year to $3.5 million (H1 2020 $3.1 million). -- Gross margin decreased to 56% (H1 2020: 59%) due to currency effects. -- Operating expenses increased 18% to $4.7 million (H1 2020: $4.0 million) -- Cash used in operations decreased 29% to $1.5 million (H1 2020: $2.1 million) -- $9.1 million (net of expenses) was raised in March 2021; the Company's cash reserves at 30 June 2021 were $11.1 million.
pugugly
07/7/2021
19:01
Chance to accumulate
oapknob1
03/7/2021
18:00
One of Harpins USP's is increased drought tolerance although as mentioned not sure how effective against such extremes. It sounds far fetched but some scientists are already forecasting areas of the planet which will effectively become uninhabitable, Australia has already made the news in this respect as simply too hot. Other side to this of course is wetter areas, increased sea levels and so on - rice being one of the worlds food staples is particularly sensitive to weather patterns up or down. HTTPS://www.equaltimes.org/can-rice-survive-climate-change?lang=en#.YOCVRuj0mCg On the upside Brazil has seen a rise in soya production recently (see Brazil's June soybean exports likely to outpace 2020 level)
1pencil
03/7/2021
07:38
1pencil indeed - my thinking is - getting plants ready to deal with diseases, animals and NOW - weather resistance - do we have weather impact resistance tech - not yet - that I know of
kaos3
02/7/2021
21:47
The uncertainly in global weather patterns may help or hinder companies like Plant health Care, I guess it depends on the severalty of change and how quickly events appear. The situation in California at present is too extrema imo, drought tolerant crops may have little to no impact on harvested weights if everything is wiped out. Vertical farming is becoming more popular and may be one answer to extreme weather patterns, it's relatively low cost to set up and can be powered by solar in many locations.
1pencil
24/6/2021
17:06
In fact looking at this of late it needs the cold Heineken.
geraldus
24/6/2021
16:58
rambutan2 - Cheers!
geraldus
22/6/2021
23:45
geraldus, for those not young enough to appreciate your cultural reference: hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TGCrBE3JvY
rambutan2
22/6/2021
19:10
To be honest, geradus, I was not expecting the Greenmark to move the dial. I have yet to get my head around the impact of the big drought in Brazil both on the sugar crop and the soya planting season in a few months time and of course the overall market sentiment is not as helpful as it has been in the last months.
cerrito
22/6/2021
11:23
Whose ditching
oapknob1
14/6/2021
16:36
Was hoping the RNS stating they had received the Green Economy Mark would give this a fillip.Worked wonders( like Double Diamond)for Itaconix.
geraldus
14/6/2021
15:40
To me good that they have a high voter turnout at 72% for the AGM which suggests an interested shareholder base.
cerrito
08/6/2021
10:45
My take on the IMC meeting session of June 7 and good for them that they did it to coincide with the AGM. Note we will have a trading statement at the end of July. As in the past an informative meeting with questions clearly answered where they came across very upbeat. Very confident of beating Arden’s expectations for 2021 revenue of $7.5m.Great of course but without wishing to appear curmudgeonly given all the investment the minimum increase I would have expected over the 2020 revenue outturn of $6.6m and indeed below the 2017 revenue of $7.7m. US corn had a good 2020 and doing well so far this year even with a bad drought. Speciality going well in California and even better in Oregon and Washington. Going well in Europe in fruit and citrus and a return of the amenity market. A distributor about to the signed up-not clear if that would be EU wide. However, Mexico a challenge especially with vegetables in the Northern states . Drought and COVID are headwinds in Brazil sugarcane. They were if anything more cautious of Saori sales this year, if for no other reason that supply is tight. The key for them is to get sales into a broad range of growers.No questions asked as to where they stand on mass manufacturing of that product. Discussions with a Brazilian distributor continue but was not the focus of questioning. Covid has been a hindrance. I detected that slightly more cautious than in previous IMC meetings of the speed of take up of Sauri. Also said that given the sugar cane was a 16moth crop cycle, getting market acceptance is also protracted. While the focus in Brazil of Sauri/279 is on soya where disease is a big issue, in the US it will be on fruit and speciality as disease is not such a big issue for US soya. Made a comment that in Brazil finding that Sauri is effective for other diseases than Asian rust and they are doing work on this. Confirmed that delay- driven by tactical considerations- in submission for registration of 949 in the US from mid 2021 to year end 2021. Brazil next year. Repeated what they said in a previous meeting about the long payment terms demanded/expected by Brazilian growers. For sugar cane much of these extended terms are shouldered by the distributor and they have set up factoring arrangements with the Brazilian banks for Soya. All seems good but there is a need for patience.
cerrito
14/5/2021
16:52
Some significant buys today!
dlem
23/4/2021
17:10
Not terribly impressed. I saw that the list of significant shareholders has not been changed since June 20 and of course there has been a change following the recent equity issue. I emailed the IR contact as per website and that bounced back. I the tried Arden without success. I then phoned the company in the US and could not speak to a human. Will try on Monday
cerrito
23/4/2021
16:56
Had a look through the RNS today and for me nothing unexpected as much of this had been covered in their IMC events. The only thing is that my notes of the recent IMC sessions says they expected to file for 949 in the US mid year and in their discussion of 949 in the RNS there was no mention of this. Any of you have any view?
cerrito
19/4/2021
20:49
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmPRNwWYQuE&t=1055s
kenwright
19/4/2021
20:48
Getting the word out on the street again.... https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/944229/plant-health-care-s-ground-breaking-new-technology-targets-us5bn-opportunity-944229.html
kenwright
15/4/2021
17:45
Somebody offloading in 50k chunks.With all the cash they have raised at prices of 8p/10p/14p (not forgetting 20p),profit taking always a temptation.They did say they don't want raise anymore money but......Least ways it actually shot up after the last whipround.
geraldus
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